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in response to reader comment: Married an Arab in UAE, need advice

Submitted by Nnad (United Arab Emirates), Dec 31, 2016 at 08:42

Hi AS

A Jordanian living in Dubai will definitely earn a higher salary with a green card. So if he gets the American citizenship he'll earn more money in Dubai than what he is making right now.

He's probably honest about wanting to stay in Dubai.

But he should've discussed with you the prospects of gaining a higher status at work in Dubai with a green card. Don't know why he's hiding the fact. If youre making his life easier then he should appreciate and recognise your support.

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